Lightning Ready For Round Two With Matt Carle


The Tampa Bay Lightning recently acquired defenseman Matt Carle off of free agency. Luckily for Carle though he is already familiar with some of the staff and players as he will suit up in Tampa Bay for the second time […]

Much To Be Proud Of Entering Twentieth Season For The Lightning


The 2012-13 season will not be just another season for the Tampa Bay Lightning. It will be the twentieth anniversary of the team’s participation in the National Hockey League and they have had much to be proud of. The Eastern […]

San Jose Show Confidence In Their Team With Numerous Re-Signings


Getting knocked out in five games of last year’s post-season didn’t scare San Jose away from changing their team during the off-season. As a matter of fact it looks as if they want to keep their team the same after […]

Teddy Purcell To Stay for Three-More in Tampa Bay


Teddy Purcell was one of the elite players for the Tampa Bay Lightning toward the end of the ‘Bolts late-season to push attempting to make the playoffs. The Lightning fell short of that goal, but Purcell at least reached his […]

Riku Helenius Joins Large Goaltending Core To Help Save Lightning Troublesome Area

Anders Lindback

The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed goaltender Riku Helenius as another option to try and bring their team closer to a second post-season in six seasons. They already have the NHL’s leading scorer Steven Stamkos and former Stanley Cup winners […]

2012 Stanley Cup Finals Bring Back Memories for Lightning

What seems like only a few years ago the Tampa Bay Lightning was in a similar situation as the current Los Angeles Kings. The Los Angeles Kings are currently one game away from doing what former captain Dave Andreychuk, goaltender […]

Michal Handzus Joins World Championship Games Just In Time

Michal Handzus

Michal Handzus will be representing his hometown country in the 2012 IIHF World Championship hockey games after all. The 35-year old Handzus from Banska Bystrica, Slovakia has already played in four world championships in his career and is also a […]

Ryan Suter Better Off in Tampa Bay


If Tampa Bay is not going to have any big names or stars on the blue line then they need to be sure their third defensive pairing is going to be at the same talent level as their first. Tallying […]

Tampa Bay’s List of Team Improvements Start With Cory Schneider in Net


When you have the leading scorer in the National Hockey League on your team but you don’t win enough games to make the playoffs usually that means you have a situation in net. As great of a job as Dwayne […]

Is San Jose to Reconsider Looking Into Rick Nash

Rick Nash

The San Jose Sharks offense looked decent for most of the regular season but mediocre at best during the post-season. Now after a disappointing playoff run the franchise could be looking to reconsider interest in Columbus Blue Jackets star forward […]

Sharks Missed Joe Pavelski and Patrick Marleau’s Presence


San Jose has all the ammunition in their talent in order to have taken down the St. Louis Blues but numerous of their star players were completely absent for their team in round one of the playoffs. 27-year old Joe […]

Joe Thornton’s Sharks Down But Not Out


The last two playoff games between the San Jose Sharks and the St. Louis Blues have been a reminder of why the Sharks had to fight in order to just barely make the post-season. Two games in a row were […]